ball, from the analogies section of the SAT
Dude, you just hit me in the leps
a ball. probably the most pointless definitions you learn in school
a lep is a ball, remember... a lep is a ball
A form of goodbye or a way to end a conversation. Originating from the use of "later" when departing from colleagues.
I'll see you tomorrow, LLLLLEP!
, kiss with tongue, snog
, etc. Often doubled (lep-lep) to mean "have sex with", or used as an adjective (lep-able) to describe someone good looking.
It comes from the word leap, with the idea being that you jumped on someone -> leaped someone -> lepped someone
Areas used: Ireland and Northern Ireland
Ruth: Did ya lep him last night?
Lisa: Yeah, but we didn't lep-lep or anything
Ruth: Why, do you not think he's leppable?
Lisa: Yeah, he's leppable, but I've just met him. Soon though!
Ruth: Lucky thing - I'm dying for a lep-lep
Little Evil Person
"Ha ha, I just stole your book"
"give it back you Lep"
a term used to describe a form of sexual intercourse
aisling: did you get the lep last night??!
1. The response to a typo.
2. A message sent immediately after someone else has just misspelled a word, before they can fix it with and asterisk.
"Eat my carp," says Rich. Kurt responds with a witty, "Lep!"